Monday night I decided I wanted to bake so I made these Gluten Free Mini Sticky Date Cakes!
I also decided to try an orange caramel sauce drizzled over the top compared to the more traditional sauce. It wasn’t as sweet as I sometimes find the traditional butterscotch/caramel sauce. So I managed the full cake + a scoop of vanilla ice cream just for good measure.
By Tuesday night I decided I needed Sticky Date Cake number 2. This time with the traditional sauce. Now the last mouthful was almost too much but you just can’t go past the traditional sauce. So here’s the recipe for the cakes with both types of sauce in case you feel like baking this week too.
A few weeks ago I put in a special birthday request for this Gluten Free Salted Caramel Pecan Cheesecake and my wonderful fiancé was kind enough to make it for me.
Initially I thought the pecans might have been a bit much but it really finished off the cake. I also think it might just be THE best cheesecake I have ever eaten… Although the Lemon Curd Cheesecake I baked for Jesse’s birthday comes in a close second.
Now I can’t take credit for baking this yummy cheesecake but I can share the recipe.
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Now and then Jesse and I make a ridiculously delicious dessert like this Gluten Free Red Velvet Cheesecake.
Often we bake these crazy desserts for my family and the recipes always turn out nothing short of amazing. This Red Velvet Cheesecake was no exception and despite appearances and the long instructions below it is very simple to make! The cake is super fluffy and the cream cheese frosting just tops off the cake!
If you want to make a “gluten containing” version simply replace the gluten free flour for normal flour. Either way you’re guaranteed this cheesecake will taste fantastic!